Leeds United boss Neil Warnock has confirmed his interest in signing QPR defender Clint Hill.
West London Sport revealed on Tuesday that Hill, whose current contract expires this summer, will be offered a new deal at Loftus Road.
The 33-year-old will therefore have to decide whether to snub interest from a number of Championship clubs and stay at Rangers, where he may not be a first-team regular next season.
And Warnock, who managed Hill at both QPR and Crystal Palace, told Sky Sports News: “There are three or four players on Bosmans that have got experience and Clint is one of those.
“I am sure he will be inundated with clubs. He had a very good season. He came into the team at the end of the season and I think he has held them [QPR] together.”
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